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(article, Culinate staff)
Michael Pollan's slender new book, Food Rules, is basically a list of tips to eat by, such as "Avoid foods you see advertised on television." As Pollan wrote on the Huffington Post, the book grew out of his attempt to compile "straightforward, memorable, everyday rules for eating, a set of personal policies that would, taken together or even separately, nudge people onto a healthier and happier path." For a chat with Pollan (and a look at the rules that didn't make it onto the final list), check out his Q&A with the New York Times.